Working on Anaerobic Fitness in a 1v1 Situation

By Jebreel Bubtana, BRASA, Brazilian Soccer Academy This is a great way to get your players working hard in a 1v1 situation and you can set this up a number of times using small groups to keep your players active … Continue reading

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Paired Technical and Conditioning Circuit, with Finishing

By Daniel Severn This exercise focuses on many key aspects of the game; first time passing, the volley pass, shielding the ball, aerial control, through balls and crossing and finishing. You can also incorporate your goalkeeper(s) into this practice very … Continue reading

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Continuous 2v2 with Four Goals

By Daniel Severn This week’s exercise is designed to help build better aerobic and anaerobic endurance. It involves short sprints, quick changes of direction, recovery defending and also helps to develop a better focus and awareness. The exercise is played … Continue reading

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The First Touch Box – Agility, Control and One-Touch Passing

By Daniel Severn The first touch box is an exercise I love to use with all of my teams. With this exercise you can work on the players 1st touch from the air, on the ground, first time passing, volleying, … Continue reading

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Working on Anaerobic Endurance and the Overlapping Run for a Full Back

By Jebreel Bubtana, BRASA, Brazilian Soccer Academy This article works on the anaerobic endurance of the right or left back in an attacking situation. Overlapping is something that is extremely important for a right or left back to be able … Continue reading

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Working on Defenders Endurance in a Numbers Down Situation

By Jebreel Bubtana, BRASA, Brazilian Soccer Academy This exercise starts with 3 attackers in a large triangle shape around 25 yards out from goal and 2 defenders that start either side of the goal (figure 1). The idea of this … Continue reading

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